The Relationship between Pituitary Adenomas and the Diencephalon
Part of the Contemporary Perspectives in Neurosurgery book series (COPENEU)
Pituitary tumors are discussed in some depth throughout this volume. This chapter will focus on a few ways in which pituitary tumors interact with the hypothalamic and diencephalic regions.
KeywordsPituitary Adenoma Pituitary Tumor Cavernous Sinus Prolactin Level Surgical Experience
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